Doctoral Researchers and Lab Alumni
A lesson in bias: The relationship between implicit racial bias and performance in pedagogical contexts
Andreana C. Kenrick
Andreana’s work involves prejudice expression across different relational and interpersonal contexts, focusing on how interpersonal exchanges can improve intergroup attitudes and interactions. Andreana received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Princeton University, where she investigated how social processes could be harnessed to reduce prejudice and improve intergroup attitudes and interactions. While at Princeton, Andreana also served as the Health and Life Chair for the Graduate School and advocated for mental health resources on campus. Andreana holds her B.S. with Honors in psychology from Arizona State University and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University, Chicago. She now works at ideas42 on projects to promote youth civic engagement and the financial health of low income populations.
Moving while Black: Intergroup attitudes influence judgments of speed
Undergraduate Lab Collaborators
Dana Bernstein ’15
Zahra Waliji ’15